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A walkthrough for a proposed cycle parking development in Drury Street car park. The walkthrough was created on Revit Structure 2015, a building design software package for BIM (Building Information Modelling)

NEW OPPORTUNITY…..
Due to our continued expansion we currently have a requirement for a Graduate Structural CAD Technician for our Highways Structural Team with also the opportunity to work in the greater Transportation and Structural teams, the position will be based in our Dublin offices.

This appointment will provide the successful applicant with the opportunity to further develop their technical skills on a national and international level.

Role Requirements:
Civil Engineering Level 7, or equivalent
Training in AutoCAD essential, experience preferable.
Training and/or experience in Revit/BIM and CADS RC beneficial.
Good command of spoken and written English;
Full computer literacy;

To apply send your CV and cover letter to info@jbbarry.ie
http://www.jbbarry.ie/recruitment.html

We are delighted to inform you about the launch of our new responsive, mobile friendly  website www.jbbarry.ie
 
We have completely redesigned our website with improved navigation and functionality throughout, enabling existing & potential clients quick and easy access to our complete range of engineering services, our project portfolio, company overview and regularly updated news stories.
 
The new look website is sleek and stylish and is full of new features, new imagery and refreshed copy to make the site more user-friendly and informative.

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The HSE has appointed J. B. Barry and Partners to provide the civil / structural engineering consultancy services for three projects in the Dublin Area.

Belvilla Community Nursing Unit – Refurbishment & Extension
Belvilla Community Nursing Unit (CNU) for older people currently has capacity for 50 beds. We have been commissioned to provide consultancy services for the construction of a 16 bed two storey extension and internal alterations of the existing nursing unit.

Meath Community Nursing Unit – Refurbishment & Extension
Meath Community Nursing Unit (CNU) for older people currently has capacity for 50 beds. We have been commissioned to provide consultancy services for the construction of a three storey extension over an existing ground floor structure to tie in with the existing 4 storey nursing unit. The development will also involve internal alterations of the existing building.

Woodlands Hostel – Extension & Refurbishment
The project involves the demolition of the existing garage and outhouses, refurbishment of the existing 2-storey building and the construction of 1 and 2 storey accommodation wings. The development will also include an entrance driveway and parking.

We are delighted to have been appointed to these projects which will greatly enhance our already established position in the healthcare sector.

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City Centre High Density Cycle Parking Project

Halcrow Barry (the joint venture company between J. B. Barry and Partners and Halcrow Group Ireland) Have been appointed by Dublin City Council and the NTA to provide a Cycle Parking Strategy Report to provide a greater understanding of existing cycle parking facilities, level of demand and cyclist parking habits, as well as addressing future cycle parking needs, taking into account planned transportation infrastructure (such as BRT, Luas Cross City, Radial, Orbital and Premium Cycle Routes, Sutton to Sandycove Cycle Scheme, etc), demographics, development strategies (for example Grangegorman, National Childrens Hospital developments) and modal shift trends and targets.

Currently over 200,000 people enter Dublin City Centre each day. Unfortunately the city is still largely dominated by motor vehicles with under 5% choosing to travel into the city by bike. Dublin City Council and the NTA have made significant strides in changing the modal choice towards cycling with the delivery of hugely successful schemes such as Dublin Bikes and the Premium Cycle Routes. Dublin City Council has planned an expansion of the existing cycle network, with an overall objective to achieve 30% cycling by 2020. Key to this is the provision of safe, secure cycle parking facilities and convenient locations throughout the city as this has been demonstrated to heavily influence the decision to cycle in the first place. 

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Dolphin House Redevelopment and Refurbishment

Dublin City Council has appointed J. B. Barry and Partners Limited to provide the Civil / Structural engineering services for the redevelopment and refurbishment of Dolphin House in Dolphins Barn, Dublin 8. Dolphins House was constructed in the early 1950’s and the existing residential units and site layout requires upgrading and reconstruction to achieve compliance with current Development Plan / Building Regulation standards.

The project involves the redevelopment and refurbishment of three of the existing residential blocks (which comprise a total of 72 units) into 63 modern apartment units. The existing green area between two of the blocks will be enclosed by a new apartment block on the north side of the site to comprise of 14 apartments to form an enclosed landscaped courtyard. On the south side, the two existing canal blocks will be demolished and replaced by 9 new houses facing the canal (3 two storey and 6 three storey). A further two new apartment blocks to comprise of 6 and 8 units will be constructed either end of the existing eastern residential block. The total number of units proposed is 100.

We are delighted to be a part of Dublin City’s ongoing refurbishment.

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Halcrow Barry (the joint venture company between J. B. Barry and Partners and Halcrow Group Ireland) have been appointed by South Dublin County Council to develop a premium Cycle Route between Tallaght and Liffey Valley Shopping Centres, a distance of 8km. The project is currently at Feasibility and Route Selection stage, and we are currently developing a number of route options taking into accounts constraints such as the proposed Metro West route, crossing of the existing Cork Dublin Rail line, Newlands Cross Upgrade along with providing for greater connectivity to the Grand Canal premium Cycle Route. Key to the successful delivery of this project will be early stakeholder engagement and getting buy in from the NTA on the Quality of Service that can be achieved for different sections of the overall route.

We are delighted to have been appointed for the Tallaght to Liffey Valley Cycle Route, which will greatly enhance our already established position in delivering high quality cycling infrastructure.
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Due to our continued expansion internationally we currently have a requirement for a Hydraulic Engineer to initially spend 120 man-days (24 working weeks) in Turkey over the next 9 months, i.e. from May-14 to Jan-15. Depending on work-load..., this could be followed by continued employment abroad, or in Ireland, working on various water supply and wastewater projects.

This appointment will provide the successful applicant with the opportunity to further develop their technical, managerial and commercial skills on a national and international level.

Role Requirements:
• University degree preferably in civil or environmental or mechanical engineering or equivalent;
• 10 Years post-graduation experience;
• Preferably 5, minimum 3 years experience on hydraulic modelling of water supply and wastewater networks;
• Good command of spoken and written English;
• Full computer literacy;
• Experience in design of water supply networks, including District Metering Area (DMA) design experience;
• Experience in the installation and implementation of SCADA systems, and experience on leakage detection surveys.

If you would be interested in working on this project please send your CV and a cover letter to info@jbbarry.ie

View details on the project:

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